Summary: The description says it supports any guitar: "When we say any guitar we mean any guitar" and Rocksmith's website says the game support bass guitar, so you may purchase this game under the impression that it will work with a bass guitar. If you think that means THIS game being sold here will work with a bass guitar, you would be absolutely wrong. If you buy this version and want to play bass, you will have to pay an extra $30 for a DLC to support it.
Summary: As the title says, way too hard - from someone that spent hours on guitar hero and also plays guitar in real life, if you want to learn guitar, buy a guitar and a lick library dvd, its way easier to learn guitar in real life than learn this game. If you want to play along to your favourite tunes without learning to play, buy guitar hero. If you have a gap on your playstation game shelf and want to fill it with something that looks good but isn't, buy this.
Summary: First off i never write reviews but this product was so bad i feel i have to warn others to save them wasting their money on this. The game arrived within a couple of days so i thought 'great i'll just set it up and try it out', NOT GREAT, after selecting the type of guitar i was going to be using it takes you to the guitar tuner, where you have to tune each string of the guitar before you begin, a simple task i hear you say, that is what i thought too especially given...
Summary: I'm finding the game so incredibly boring I'm reviewing it on here. There's no real aim to the game (unless the original where you unlocked venues and guitars) and there's nothing to show your progress. The jam sessions are tediously boring and you end up just strumming open string to get through them, Crap!